Comment 102429

By StephenBarath (registered) | Posted June 13, 2014 at 13:53:40 in reply to Comment 102423

This seems a bit unfair to me. They gained in the popular vote. They held on to several ridings they had gained in by-elections (much was made leading up to the vote of their advantage in by-elections, and many people discounted their retaining those seats), and gained vote count in other areas where they traditionally do not.

She was not terribly far from having become the official opposition. Soon, she’ll be the most experienced leader in the house, and maybe for a while the only party capable of providing substantial opposition.

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